Oh yeah. So this is a great recipe we've got in the magazine so it's basically whatever you can catch in your favorite farm pond, whether it's pan fish, bass or maybe even some small walleye, but it's just this really delicious summertime recipe and you know risotto is... it's an Italian dish with Rice that you cook very slowly adding stock, ladle full by ladle full until the rice is just perfectly cooked. And we've got some sweet corn in this recipe and some summer tomatoes and between the tomatoes and corn and the fish from the farm pond it's just like the absolute perfect summer meal it's really, really delicious.
A tip in the article: save the heads and bones when you clean the fish. It's optional, but simmering them in the corn stock adds a deeper level of flavor. And like all risottos, this one requires some stirring time at the stove. But arming yourself with a cold beer and some good tunes makes this an exercise in pleasure.